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    Designing Businesses

    How to develop and lead a high technology company  
    George Young  1997

    A practical book which aims to support engineers, and other technical professionals, who find themselves with the opportunity to run their own business as entrepreneurs.

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    The GEC Research Laboratories 1919-1984

    Robert Clayton, Joan Algar  1989

    Covering the activities of the GEC Research Laboratories from 1919 until their end in 1984, this book includes sections on the original organisation and philosophy behind the laboratories, a decade by decade summary of the work, and specialist chapters focussing on such areas as lamps and lighting, valves, communications and semiconductors.

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    Restoring Baird's Image

    Donald F. McLean  2000

    In the late 1920s, John Logie Baird - considered to be the inventor of television - was experimenting with 'phonovision' in which he attempted to record television signals onto gramophone discs. This unique book sheds new light on the activities of John Logie Baird and the definition and invention of television itself.